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called XANDRAMES (Ξανδράμης) by Diodorus, the ruler of the Gangaridae and Prasii in India, was said to be the son of a barber, whom the queen had married. Alexander was preparing to march against him, when he was compelled by his soldiers, who had become tired of the war, to give up further conquests in India. (Curt. 5.2; Diod. 17.93, 94; Arrian, Arr. Anab. 5.25, &c.; Plut. Alex. 60.)

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